“This platform will be used for a temperature adaptation assay. We will observe how C. Elegans change their temperature preference when exposed to extracellular vesicles” – Kirby. Kirby Leo, summer volunteer in Dr. Noelle L’Etoile’s research lab in the Dept. of Cell & Tissue Biology, 3D printed a Thermotaxis Platform she had designed using Blender.
Archives for March 2017
To all you Makers out there. We had our final planning meeting before we open the UCSF Library Makers Lab at 2 PM on April 4, 2016. We are nervous about all we do not know, and excited about all we will learn with you as we work with you in the “lab”. So bring your […]
In our “always on” attempts to engage makers, and would-be makers of the UCSF community we are changing our hours! Our current hours of 2-6 PM Monday, Wednesday and Friday will become 12-4 PM Monday, Wednesday and Friday. NEW HOURS: Monday Wednesday Friday 12-4 PM See you there!
We wanted to create our own sign for the Makers Lab rather than have it commercially made. The newly installed sign (pictured) was printed entirely in the lab using our 3D printers. It was based on our logo, designed by Kemi Amin, and I used SketchUp (CAD software) to create the 3D model for printing.
Ever since 3D printers were made available in the Library, I’ve wanted to join eNABLE, a volunteer organization, and help support their efforts to make prosthetic hands for those in need. I completed my first 3D-printed hand a few weeks ago, and I’m happy to be able to share that it passed inspection, and I have been […]